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    It's Adventure Time!

    Oy, I am so nervous.

    About a month ago I decided to get better and try to learn something new through art each day. So far I have been keeping up with it and it is surprisingly fun XD

    It would help me improve even more if I had some feedback so starting now I will try to post new things everyday. Please, if you see something I should improve on, don't hesitate to tell me.
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    I threatened my scanner and it decided to work today. Yeah, you BETTER cooperate, Scanner! *shakes fist*

    Anyway
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    Here are some studies that I did yesterday. Trying to see through objects, do some fabric, work in planes. Oh and a techno-toad XD

    And trees from a couple weeks ago.

    Does anyone else think that drawing planes is fun?

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    MOAR UPDATE. some figure drawings and environment practice.

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    That copyright thing confuses the heck outta me.

    Gonna practice my animation so here are some studies on weight and thirty second gestures. Many tigers because...um... I like them?

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    I really like the sketchiness of some of your sketches. It reveals your artistic thought processes. I also like the way you stylized the frog. Very cute. Oh, and the landscapes are good. A lot of people (including myself) don't have the discipline for landscapes but you didn't seem too wrapped up in it.

    If you're interested in coloring, I highly suggest painting, if you haven't already tried it. Watercolor and acrylic are my favorite for quick, non-gargantuan projects. Just make sure you have the right paper. : P
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    Here is my sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=166026 Check it out, yah?

    Also, twitter: www.twitter.com/tobuoi

    "They don't know I burn...they don't know I burn. I'm waiting for my turn...just waiting for my turn. Time to make it burn...this is how I burn."

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    Thanks Tobuoi. =) I probably should do some painting but I don't have much patience for it. All the mixing and washing and blah. haha


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    Yeah, I felt the same way until I started to realize that it was a completely different process than drawing. Drawing can demand precision and careful detail whereas painting (depending on what you paint, obviously), while boringly tedious at times, can be meditative and relaxing. It also allows for layering, which I find nice. Then again, some people just hate it, period. XD I suggest taking a class...free supplies (hopefully).
    Here is my sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=166026 Check it out, yah?

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    One way to get rid of the linear look on colored pencil studies and sketches is to use circular strokes. It gives better coverage with the pencils and allows for some better blending if you layer your pencils. I like the gesture studies. Keep it up!
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    This is not the Hokey Pokey, so put that right elbow somewhere else!
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    nice studies and gestures !

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    Tobuoi True. I think I will try it out again.

    Hendric You must be a genius. I tried out a new piece and that circular idea helped out a lot. Thanks!

    Danica thank you =)

    Didn't do much today. Pretty sick. Some hand studies, a self portrait from a couple days ago that I like, and some work from my imagination.
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    I have more to put up later but I was testing out my scanner with this one. Trying out a split complementary color scheme. Practice and whatnot.

    My scanner likes pumping out the green so imagine the mint green in the picture is actually 3 shades darker ;P

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    Not many for today. My drawing hand is seriously starting to hurt so I'm going to take a break for a couple days. =) Midnight doodles, listening to hip hop. haha

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    moar update.

    I finally feel like I am getting somewhere. Anatomy and value, concept art, and trying out textures on the last one.

    Question: Where do I find good references for machinery? I see all these concept artists that do fabulous machinery designs and I'd like to learn.
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    Great start to your sketchbook. The Anatomy and face studies are really nice. There are certain ones where I can really tell you are thinking about the form/volume of the figure and those are the strongest.

    Keep up the good work. Keep drawing every day!

    Are you a student? What are you studying in school?
    Please stop by my new Anatomy Sketchbook and critique the hell out of it.

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